Invisible House is a mirrored 22-story horizontal skyscraper that virtually disappears into the desert landscape that surrounds it.
For $2,500 a night (€2,100), you and 7 friends will have 90 acres (36 hectares) all to yourselves, not to mention a 1,200m mountain and access to Joshua Tree National Park in southeastern California.
The house was designed by a film producer and an artist to help guests connect with nature. Features such as floor-to-ceiling sliding doors bring the outside in, while walking trails on the surrounding land allow you to get up-close with nature.
The owners say the property was built to “float over the rocks” and have minimal impact on the landscape.
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